Can we ever start believing less and start seeing more? Seeing the universe as wonderfully random is a start.
We can't totally step outside of belief systems, but we can keep them more flexible. In not clinging to some magical, 'transcendent truth' that is 'out there' we can stay open to explore new connections otherwise unimaginable. A pretty good structure for thinking this way is offered by what are called algorithmically random sequences. These are infinitely long sequences of random digits, as if you would toss a coin literally forever. Their magic is that they contain any and all finite sequences (with probability 1). In other words, such sequences contain any and all possible descriptions of the universe. Whatever your belief system, it's coded somewhere within an algorithmically random sequence.